Jonny Quayle, or Q1000 as he’s known within the team, has been hitting up his local parks to scope out fresh lines.
And in Tru Q1000 style, does not go easy.
Jonny sees things differently. He sees a grindbox, then he looks past the grindbox and sees at the precarious ledge with little run in and run out, then he looks at the best line up to it, nothings standard about these lines.
We have no clues where Jonny gets the motivation from to smash these out solo, one park after another, but then with such awesome little parks around, you can’t blame him for wanting to go rip them apart.
Parks are: Handforth – with a box edge and a mini to drop to play on, grooves were ground and then barrel rolls were thrown in to show off Johnny’s versatility.
Poynton – A gritty looking bowl park, Jonny heads straight to the extension and the hump, hitting tech grinds both natural and switch. Also working out the spine to half cab approach.
Bollington – Straight to the sub box for a grind massacre and fighting the tru acid. Also working on the wall ride and beasting a topsoil and 270 back royale, smoothly before ending with some flip and spin transfers.
Standard Jonny’ing, with an added beard for style points.
Words by Pete Colquitt
Edit by Jonny Quayle